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    Mulayam should go: Opposition
    U.P. House adjourned after ruckus, Governor cuts short speech

    ULFA issues fresh threat
    Asks outsiders to stay away from State

    Harkat militants planned to carry out blast
    Terror strike planned ahead of Republic Day celebration in Capital

    ``Do not shortchange Indian farmers''
    Globalisation not bed of roses, there is a need to be watchful always: Singapore Minister

    Fighting in Jammu frontier ruptures 2003 ceasefire
    BSF to file official protest against Pakistan

    Report recommends withdrawal of Salwa Judum
    Accused of perpetrating atrocities and abuse against women in Dantewara district

    "Big Brother" sponsor pulls out
    LONDON: The future of the Celebrity Big Brother show was thrown in doubt on Thursday after one of its major sponsors pulled out as a direct result of the row over the alleged racist bullying of Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty by some of her ...

    Saran presents India's case to Tokyo, Seoul
    SINGAPORE: India's commitment to nuclear disarmament and track record of non-proliferation were brought into focus by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's Special Envoy, Shyam Saran, during his talks with leaders and officials of Japan and South ...

    TENNIS
    An off-colour Sania loses to Nakamura in singles
    Has better luck in the doubles partnering Garrigues

    Musharraf set for second term as President
    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf appears set for a second term with the Government deciding to seek his re-election, but it remains unclear whether he will quit as Army chief. Ending months of speculation, the Cabinet decided ...

    Bravery awards for 24 little heroes and heroines
    NEW DELHI: He would always tell his parents that he would do something in his life that would do them proud. And 17-year-old Manoj Chohan lived up to their expectations when he rescued 40 people trapped in floodwaters two years ago. But ...

    Micro finance bill on the anvil: Manmohan
    ``Committed to women's empowerment, a key guiding principle of the CMP''

    BUSINESS
    ONGC seeks tie-up for KG basin gas
    Willing to offer equity stake, says Chairman

    CII to commission study on impact of globalisation
    Focus on auto components, textiles and drugs industry sectors

    JD(U) rebels who participate in the Samata convention will face action
    NEW DELHI: Janata Dal (United) will take action against rebels who participate in the January 21 Samata Party convention here. The meeting has the backing of the former JD (U) president and MP, George Fernandes, and is meant to revive the Samata ...

    100 seats vacant in Corporation Council
    Chennai Mayor, 97 councillors submit their resignation

    Court declines to review ban on hoardings
    NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has declined to review its order upholding a Madras High Court judgment directing removal of all hoardings within the vicinity of the Chennai airport from Kathipara to Pallavaram. A Bench of Justice A.K. Mathur and ...

    U.K. grants 200 million for education project
    SARHAUL (HARYANA): The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown, on Thursday announced an aid of 200 million for the state-run Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan for universal elementary education. "India's objective, which is that every single child ...

    50 feared dead or missing in boat tragedy
    Overloaded boat capsizes in Srisailam dam backwaters

    Works costing Rs.102.90 crore executed sans tender proceedings
    Finance Department seeks details from Public Works Department

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